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Results Found (36), Result Page (1 of 8)
Search Aspect (brewing )
Location - Leeds & District

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Armley Road (Armley) (1 comment)
Black & White image6th February 1929 Maltings, used by the Tetley brewing family. Situated at the bottom of Stocks Hill, junction with Mistress Lane. The name Charles Francis Tetley is on the wall. He joined the family business in 1873 and died in 1911.
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Armley Road (Armley)
Black & White image6th February 1929 Maltings, formerly used by Tetley family. Long established in the brewing business in the Armley area, this maltings was situated at the bottom of Stocks Hill and Mistress Lane. Charles Francis Tetley operated here, joining the family firm in 1873, he died in 1911. This view shows the office at the end of the building.
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Armley Road, nos. 136 - 142 (Armley)
Black & White image20th February 1964, To the left is a yard leading to Hightown Malting Co Ltd, Castleton Maltings. Much brewing was carried out in the Armley area, sometimes attributed to the plentiful supply of water. This malting site was listed as belonging to Tetley's. Row of three houses numbered 142 on the left, then 140, 138 with car in front. The larger house on the right was number 136.
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Armley Road, Phillip's Yeast Products (Armley) (3 comments)
Black & White imageUndated View of Phillip's Yeast Products Ltd., yeast manufacturers in Armley Road. Armley has a history of brewing due partly to the abundance of wells in the locality supplying water. The factory is built in red brick and has a tall chimney.
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Back Rockingham Street (City Centre) (6 comments)
Black & White image14th June 1946. Premises on Back Rockingham Street which are, (left to right), 'The Amalgamated Engineering Union', 'The Globe Hotel' and 'Dixon Powner and Sons, Iron Gate Manufacturers'. The Globe Hotel is labelled, 'Leeds and Wakefield Brewing Ltd', on the photo. Posters advertising Bovril and Cephos Medicines. Cars and vans are parked to the left.
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